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Our guest accommodations feature fifteen residence halls grouped in complexes on the east, south, and west sides of campus. These standard and suite-style residence halls comfortably accommodate 150 to 350 guests each. University dining centers are located near all on-campus housing.
You can find detailed information about all of our residence halls here.
Bloss Hall, Wilson Hall, and Callahan Hall will be unavailable for Summer Conferences in 2023. Halsell Hall and Finley Hall, as well as the International Living Learning Center, will have very limited availability throughout the summer.
Guest Room Types
All rooms are equipped with extra-long twin beds, desks, closets/wardrobes, and a chest of drawers.
Our overall residential program at OSU meets the access requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Selected rooms and entrances in McNary, Poling, Sackett, the ILLC, Tebeau, and West halls are designated as wheelchair accessible. However, other residential facilities that we use for summer conferences are not fully wheelchair accessible.
With advance notice and upon request, we can provide TTYs and smoke detectors for guests who are hearing impaired. Certified service animals may accompany guests with medical needs who require their assistance while staying on campus.
We have three linen options for our guests. For those groups that choose the "no linen" option, guests need to bring bedding and towels with them. Please see our rates sheet for additional information.
Our custodial staff cleans and disinfects common bathrooms (in standard/traditional halls) and common areas each day. Individual rooms are cleaned prior to guests' arrival and upon their departure.
Parking at Oregon State is limited and all guests are subject to the parking rules and restrictions as determined by the OSU Transit and Parking Services Office. We will gladly help you obtain your permits prior to arrival. If individuals wish to purchase permits they may do so on the day of arrival. More information about Visitor parking can be found on the OSU Transit and Parking Services website.
OSU is nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Corvallis is a small town with a warm community atmosphere. It is a safe and inviting place to hold your conference. OSU Department of Public Safety officers patrol outside the residence halls at night and Residential Conferences has staff available to assist you 24 hours a day. Building entrances are locked 24 hours a day. For extra precaution, please note the following safety tips:
For emergencies only, call 911 from campus phones or use the emergency phones located in the buildings. For non-emergencies, or to file a crime report call Oregon State Police (OSP) at 7-3010 from a campus phone or 541-737-3010 from a cell phone.
Youth participants will only be issued a room key and an access card that will only access interior points inside the building assigned. Adults in both youth and adult groups will be issued a room key and an outside door access card. We ask that you stress the importance of safety and security as it relates to keeping track of keys. The conference sponsor will be charged for all keys and access cards not returned at checkout even if the participant returns the key after departure. Replacement cost for room keys is $75 each and outside door access card is $10 each.
Telephone service in residence halls is limited. Emergency telephones in yellow boxes are located just outside the main entrances of each residence hall. Some buildings have additional phones available at no charge for local or on campus calls.
All buildings have wireless throughout the building and access is provided free of charge via the OSU Visitor Network.